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egypt on edge. supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi vow to continue anti-government demonstrations despite warnings that police will use force to break up protest camps. just coming home and we just can't wait. >> a teenager is safe and the manhunt for her alleged captor over. fbi agents shoot and kill the man suspected of kidnapping hannah anderson after getting a tip from the public. >> the amber alert was on the television, and i told my wife, i said, that is the that girl we seen on the mountain. >> to the lead, he's done it again. >> and the science of speed. what makes usain bolt the fastest man in the world?
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captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, august 12th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin in egypt and fears of a bloody confrontation between security forces and supporters of outed president mohamed morsi. the interim government is expected to break up the protests today. the morsi supporters are gathered in two locations. gas masks are being sold by vendors as they fortify their position in anticipation of a crackdown. jericka duncan has the latest. >> reporter: supporters of ousted egyptian president morsi morsi have strengthened the camp sites over the military since july 3rd. egyptian security forces say they will move in, perhaps as early as today, to clear out the demonstrators, but the morsi supporters say they aren't going anywhere. >> translator: any attack or
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killing of egyptians because of political differences which the police and army are doing now will be punished and could ignite all of egypt. >> we could see bloodshed that could be horrendous. >> reporter: arizona senator john mccain visited with military leaders last week. >> if they go ahead and crack down in a violent way, are you going to call then for a cut-off then of aid to egypt? >> i'm afraid that the congress of the united states would have to consider carefully the elimination of aid. >> reporter: but egypt receives billions of dollars of aid from the u.s. in part because it helps keep the peace with israel. a key u.s. ally in the region. joint chief chairman martin dempsey is scheduled to arrive in tel aviv today to discuss the security issue in egypt. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. 18 of the 20 u.s. consulates and embassies in the middle east and northern africa closed
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recently due to terrorist threats have reopened. the u.s. embassy in yemen will remain closed though. the diplomatic staff there have been evacuated. and the consulate in lahore, pakistan, will remain closed. and this morning we are learning more about the circumstances leading to the rescue of a kidnapped california teenager. an fbi hostage team caught up with hannah anderson and her alleged kidnapper in the idaho wilderness on saturday, but it took a chance encounter with some area horseback riders to set the rescue in motion. they said red flags went off. carter evans has our report. >> there were cheers with the announcement of 16-year-old hannah anderson's rescue after fbi agents gunned down her alleged kidnapper james dimaggio in the idaho wilderness. valley county sheriff patty bolin. >> hannah is safe and that was our first priority from the very beginning. >> reporter: dimaggio and
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anderson were spotted from the air on saturday. a hostage rescue team hiked more than two hours to get to their camp. authorities reportedly waited until the two were separated before making their move. it was a violent end to a horrifying ordeal that began last sunday when dimaggio, a good family friend, allegedly killed hannah's mother and 8-year-old brother at his california home before he set it on fire. with dimaggio and amber missing, an amber alert went out across the west. there were reported sightings in northern california and southern oregon, but the biggest break came wednesday when a group of horseback riders spotted them near moorhead lake near the idaho wilderness. mark john said they looked out of place, but he didn't think much of it until he got home. >> then the news flashed on, and the amber alert was on the television and i told my wife, that is that girl we seen on the mountain. >> reporter: during the
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encounter, the two kept kwee yet. >> if she sent us a signal expressing that she was in trouble, we certainly didn't key in on that. >> reporter: on friday authorities found dimaggio's car in idaho. a day later came the news hannah's family had hoped desperately to hear. her grandmother, sandra brit. >> we all cheered and hugged and hugged and cried. we're just so happy. so happy and relieved that hannah will be fine. >> hannah's grandfather told me on the phone that she had told her friends that she was uncomfortable with dimaggio because he recently admitted he had a crush on her. now her grandfather wishes someone had spoken out sooner so this tragedy might have been avoided. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. well, a 2-year-old boy from rhode island who was missing after his mother and another woman were killed has been found safe. isaiah perez was found by police wandering alone in a housing project miles from his home
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yesterday. he was not injured. earlier his mother and another woman were found murdered in their home. two men have been arrested and could be charged with kidnapping and murder as early as today. the father of nsa leaker edward snowden plans to visit his son in russia very soon. lon snowden hasn't talked to his son since he left the u.s. he wants to discuss a legal strategy to fight charges in this country. susan mcginnis reports. >> reporter: edward snowden's father wants his son to have his day in american court. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life will be his decision, but i would like at some point in time he should come back to the u.s. because i believe the truth will shine through. >> reporter: lon plans to meet his son in moscow to discuss ways to fight the espionage charges against the contractors. he's been granted asylum for one year. his father is not open to a plea deal. >> the only deal will be true
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justice. >> snowden is accused of leaking classified nsa information. his revelations have sparked debate about u.s. surveillance practices, and late last week president obama vowed to make the program more transparent and accountable. >> some steps to make americans more comfortable will actually make americans less safe. >> reporter: republican congressman peter king says surveillance is a legitimate role of government. >> we're talking about life and death, and having lived in new york through 9/11, i know what that means. we cannot afford to have this be a debating society. we need decisions made quickly, yes or no, up and down. lives are at state. >> reporter: lon snowden said much of what the president discussed on friday was superficial. susan mcginnis, cbs news. two of three people reported missing from a mud slide in central colorado have been found safe. at least one person was killed by the mudslides, which destroyed six homes in manitou springs. a woman seen clinging to a free friday night is still unaccounted for. 30 others' homes were also damaged.
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and firefighters in southern california expect to fully contain a fast-moving wildfire that destroyed at least 26 homes. the so-called silver fire burned about 20,000 acres about 90 miles east of los angeles. the fires stopped advancing saturday. at one point nearly 2,000 people were forced to evacuate. coming up on the morning new, hints apple may be unveiled a new iphone. and an emotional award show tribute on the late actor cory monteith as his girlfriend and co-star makes her first public appearance since his death. his girlfriend makes her first public appearance since his death. three chambers. three times the stain removal power. pop in. stand out.
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the two plays an on-again/off-again couple in "glee," the popular fox series. >> he was very special to me and also to the world, and we were very lucky to witness his incredible talent, his handsome smile, and his beautiful, beautiful heart. so whether you knew him personally or just through tv, cory reached out and he became a part of all of our hearts, and that's where he'll stay forever. so thank you guys so much. the 31-year-old died last month of an overdose of heroin and alcohol. on the "cbs moneywatch," apple may unveil a new iphone and paypal faces a new future. erica ferrari is here in new york with that and more. good morning, erica. >> good morning, anne-marie. asia's slower than expected growth sent nikkei tumbling.
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it fell to a six-week low, but china's hang seng had a good day, finishing up more than 2%. reports from retailers due out this week may give wall street's stock as lift from last week's lackluster trading. the dow lost 232 points for the week. the nasdaq was down 29 points. apple's new iphone is expected to be unveiled in four week. apple's global market share has declined due to lower cost androids and an intense battle with rival samsung. the new iphone is expected to have big changes to its menus and icons. the price of gasoline continues to decline. the lundberg survey and industry observer says the average price for a gallon of regular is $3.60 nationwide. that's down about eight cents in the past two weeks. no cash, no credit card, no problem. if you want to buy something, paypal is testing a new service in london that uses facial recognition on mobile phones. the app is free to download.
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paypal says the service is secure. the new service is also being tested in the u.s. and the federal government is not the only one tracking you. major retailers are doing it at least for the merchandise you return. they say they're trying to stop fraud and identify customers who make frequent returns. consumer advocates say customers should be told when they buy something that they may later have the returns tracked. "elysium" was number one at the box office. the sci-fi action flick starring matt damon drummed up more than $30 million in ticket sales. oolz disney move "planes" came in third. "we're the millers" came in second, and disney's animated disney move "planes" came in third. anne-marie? >> what a range of movies. erica here in new york, thank you so much. straight ahead, your monday morning weather. and in sports would tiger woods five-year drought come to an end sunday? this is the "cbs morning news." would tiger woods five-year drought come to an end sunday? this is the "cbs morning news."
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thunderstorms from the southern plains to most of the south. and the northeast will be warm and humid. isolated scattered showers and thunderstorms will cross the rockies. in sports jason dufner has spent two years thinking about his collapse in the final round of the 2011 pga championship, but he can forget all of that now. the 36-year-old won the pga championship at oak hills sunday for the first major victory of his career. dufner pulls away from runner-up jim furyk on the ninth hole. he finishes the tournament ten under 270, the best score ever in a major at oak hill. >> i thought if i can step on it i can distance myself a little bit. that was my thought process today. i wasn't going to let up. i was going to try to keep
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making birdies, put pressure on the rest of the field. sometimes when you are careful, you make mistakes. >> tiger woods tied for 40th. he hasn't won a major since 2008. in baseball now the l.a. dodgers keep on rolling. clayton kershaw pitches eight strong innings strike out eight. he also drives in two runs with a two-out single in the second inning. the dodgers win, 8-2, and have won 37 out of their last 45 games. >> in new york alex rodriguez goes deep for his first home of the year. the yankee slugger is playing while appealing his suspension while appealing a charge. but the big hit of the game belonged to brett gardner. his solo home run in the bottom of the ninth gives new york a 5-4 win over detroit. and in preseason football, the colts and bills treat fans to game-breaking plays. indianapolis receiver t.y. hilton gets open along the sidelines and makes a diving catch far a 45-yard touchdown. that may have been topped by
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this play, buffalo rookie marquise goodwin was a college track star at texas, and he shows his speed here. goodwin returns the kick-off 107 yards for a touchdown. the bills win, 44-20. and if you think he's fast, when we return, a look at the fastest man in the world. scientists try to figure out why usain bolt blows by the competition. >> announcer: sports sponsored by autostop. new autostop is foolproof. gray is over. autostop is foolproof. gray is over. [ male announcer ] running out of steam?
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, partly sunny, 88 degrees the high. atlanta, thunderstorms and thunderstorms in st. louis as well. denver, late-day thunderstorms, partly sunny in seattle.
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usain bolt is once again the fastest man on the planet. in the 100-meter finals at the world championships in moscow on sunday, he blew by justin gatlin, the only man to beat bolt this season. the reigning gold medalist finished in just under 9.8 seconds. bolt's dominance in sprinting has caught the eye of some scientists. they're trying to figure out why he is so fast. as terrell brown tells us, it's more than genetics. >> reporter: usain bolt is one of the most gifted athletes in the world. the six-time olympic medalist has shattered records in both the 100- and 200-meter races. >> i was given a gift and that's what i do. >> reporter: at the university of virginia speed clinic, max studies what makes lead runners like bolt so fast.
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>> he's able to marry genetics with tremendous work ethic. >> reporter: scientists say when he races, bolts foot explodes off the ground at 5,000 pounces of force. it's like the difference of bouncing a beach ball versus a super ball. the beach ball stays on the ground longer and doesn't bounce as high. bolt's speed bounces like a super ball which hits the ground harder and springs off faster, but bolt has other advantages. at 6'5", he's taller than most competitors, and his strides are nearly 8 inches longer. when bolt set the world record in the 100-meter dash in 2009, he took only 41 steps. his closest competitors took 44. steven piazza. >> his stride frequency is about the same as his competitors, but his stride length is longer and that's what allows him to run the 100-meters faster than most are able to. >> reporter: terrell brown, cbs
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4 minutes before 5:00 on this monday morning. it's another humid start to the work week. it's mouth tim over for marty out first warning weather. starting off your monday with temperatures around 70 degrees. 72 at bwi and down on the ocean as well. 71 elkton, 63 oakland. that dew point is up. it feels humid. dew point in the up per 60s. we have high pressure moving off the coastline. it's allowing for humidity to move in. we're expecting the weather to get active. with a chance for thunderstorms around, we go up to the mid to upper 80s with over night lows around 70. your complete first warning weather forecast is coming up shortly. in the news this morning, the father of nsa leaker edward snowden comes forward.
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